This diatribe against the pitiful Washington Redskins summed it all up for their fans.
But Klein has now unleashed a very public Facebook diatribe against the board.
But every day that passes without his diatribe appearing shows he has lost out in the struggle for his homelands future.
What the diatribe lacked in grammatical proficiency, it made up for in drama.
But his diatribe in The Hague got him just the sort of international attention he wanted.
Seyd concluded a diatribe on the Mexican mozo in general while they were dressing.
Oh, whats the use, said Tom at length, interrupting a diatribe.
It taxed her patience to the utmost to sit through the daily diatribe against Sir Michael Cunningham, her hero of heroes.
This diatribe he concluded thus: ‘You know we owe England nothing.’
Another indulged in a diatribe against wet nurses; she could no longer find one who was honest.
1640s (in Latin form in English from 1580s), "discourse, critical dissertation," from French diatribe (15c.), from Latin diatriba "learned discussion," from Greek diatribe "employment, study," in Plato, "discourse," literally "a wearing away (of time)," from dia- "away" (see dia-) + tribein "to wear, rub," from PIE root *ter- "to rub, turn, twist" (see throw). Sense of "invective" is 1804, apparently from French.